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Biography
My name is Phillip Werman.  I was born in Painsville, on a cold winter morning on January 18, 1984, at 2:12 AM.  For the first years of my life, I lived in Wickliffe, Ohio.  I don't really remember that much from there.  When I was about 2 or 3, we movied to Euclid, Ohio.  I remember the house and some of the neighbors.

I was 4, when I moved to Ashtabula, Ohio.  It's not the best town, but it could be a lot worse.  In Kindergarten, I went to Ashtabula Catholic Elementary School, or Mount Carmel.  I stayed at this school until 2nd grade.  In 3rd grade, I went to Thomas Jefferson Elementary School.  I stayed here until 6th grade.  My 7th and 8th grade year, I was at Columbus Junior High School.  I really like this school a lot, I got along with the teachers really well.  After junior high, I went to Harbor High School.  I loved it here, the people were nice.  Early in my junior year, they decided to consolidate Harbor & Ashtabula into Lakeside High School.  Grades 10 - 12 is in the former Ashtabula High School building and grade 9 is in the former Harbor High School building.

                    
     HHS Mariners                         LHS Dragons

At Lakeside, I was head field commander for marching band, eventually playing tuba for symphonic band later in the year.  Our band receieved a superior rating at district contest and received a ????? rating at state contest.  I was also involved in choir, NHS, thespians, where I had the lead role (Ren) in , yearbook, where I came up with the title .  

Outside of school, I am involved with the Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony, Ashtabula County Choral Music Society Youth Choir and Community Theater at the Ashtabula Arts Center.  In March, I was in the American Choral Director's Association's Men's Honor Choir.  This was held at a music conference in Chicago, IL.  We rehearsed for 2 days, and performed the last day of the conference.  This was a remarkable experience.  

I am attending Bowling Green State University in fall of 2002, majoring in music education.